Whether Mother Goose was a real person or a myth, the songs that are attributed to her name are what we remember from our childhood. Some of these nursery rhymes are complete tales in themselves. There are others which are mere suggestions, leaving the imagination to weave in the details of the story. Many of the rhymes’ origins even at the time of this book’s writing could be traced back decades or centuries. L. Frank Baum in 1897, while living in Chicago, collected the rhymes and created... Topics: librivox, audiobook, fiction, fairy tale, children Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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A fairy has become bored with her life, and convinces some young girls to transform her into a human boy so she can go on adventures. The adventures come fast and furious, as the newly-named Prince Marvel explores the surrounding kingdoms. A masochistic squire accompanies Marvel, helping him with assorted kings, knights, dragons, and other medieval menaces along the way. (Summary by Ted Delorme) Read by Ted Delorme For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audiobook, fiction, fairy tale Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
I edited this for epub, as it had many,many nonsense characters in that form. It is especially for Nook, but should work well in any epub reader, As it is PD or "not in copyright" I have been uncertain about which license to choose. Since it is a derivitive work, or at least edited work,and the Public Domain is open to all as of this time (including "not in copyright") I've decide to use a simple universal tag. It was/is originally on the Archive, in various converted... Topics: Wizard of Oz, L Frank Baum, Childrens' Books, Fiction, Not in Copyright, classic books
Book from Project Gutenberg: Mary Louise Solves a Mystery Library of Congress Classification: PZ Topics: Detective and mystery stories, Girls -- Juvenile fiction Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/24578
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Book from Project Gutenberg: Sky Island: being the further exciting adventures of Trot and Cap'n Bill after their visit to the sea fairies Library of Congress Classification: PS Library of Congress Classification: PZ
The story of Dorothy, a young girl from Kansas that is thrown into the magical land of Oz, a world filled with witches, munchkins, scarecrows, tin men and other creatures. But all Dorothy really wants is to make it back home to Kansas. Suggested Reading Level: LP (Lower Primary) OR UP (Upper Primary) Topics: LIT, Oz (Imaginary place) -- Fiction., Fantasy fiction, LIT.LP, LIT.UP, Wizards -- Juvenile...